Book Talking & Web 2.0

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  • 1. Book Talking & Web 2.0
  • 2. Notes to VLSA attendees:
    • Sorry my presentation ran a bit long. I hope that sharing the slide presentation will be helpful to you.
    • The last slide mentions two books I found very helpful by Linda W. Braun.
  • 3.
    • Who am I?
    • “ The Internet is the first thing that humanity has built that humanity doesn't understand, the largest experiment in anarchy that we have ever had.”
    • Eric Schmidt,
    • Chairman and CEO of Google Inc.
  • 4. Today’s objectives:
    • Define Web 2.0
    • Provide reasons for using Web 2.0 tools for book talks
    • Give a brief overview of some Web 2.0 tools and how you can use them for book talks and/or book discussion lessons
    • Instill excitement about the possibilities!
  • 5. Definitions of Web 2.0 on the Web:
    • a phrase coined by O'Reilly Media in 2004 to refer to a “second generation” of Internet-based services that let people collaborate and share information online in new ways such as social networking sites, wikis, communication tools, and folksonomies. opencontent.wgbh.org/report/glossary.html
    • A trend in web design and development - a perceived second generation of web-based communities and hosted services (such as social-networking sites, wikis and blogs) which aim to facilitate creativity , collaboration, and sharing between users. www.cpseo.com/glossary.html
    • A term that refers to a supposed second generation of Internet-based services . These usually include tools that let people collaborate and share information online, such as social networking sites, wikis, communication tools, and folksonomies. axagen.com/blog/
    • a term introduced in 2004 to characterize design patterns in a constellation of new generation Web applications which may provide an ... www.csa.com/discoveryguides/scholarship/gloss.php
    • A term to generally describe web sites and services where the content is shaped partially or entirely by the users (instead of being read-only and published by a sponsoring company). ets.tlt.psu.edu/learningdesign/web20glossary
    • There is no simple definition for Web 2.0. Broadly put, it is a paradigm shift in the way the Internet is used. Web 2.0 involves a more open approach to the Internet, in particular user-generated content, Blogs, Podcasts, social media, review sites, Wikipedia, etc. www.inetasia.com/NewsandEvents/seo-terminology-explained.html
    • A mix of technology and business process that facilitates conversational marketing . www.bottlepr.co.uk/glossary.html
  • 6. Why should school librarians use Web 2.0 for Book Talks?
  • 7. The future…
  • 8. Why should school librarians use Web 2.0 for Book Talks?
  • 9. Why should school librarians use Web 2.0 for Book Talks?
    • We can attach literacy outcomes:
      • Reading, Writing, Technology, Research
  • 10. Why should school librarians use Web 2.0 for Book Talks?
    • We can attach literacy outcomes:
      • Reading, Writing, Technology, Research
    • We can reach different kinds of learners
  • 11. Why should school librarians use Web 2.0 for Book Talks?
    • We can attach literacy outcomes:
      • Reading, Writing, Technology, Research
    • We can reach different kinds of learners
    • We can learn about students in new ways and make connections which will facilitate future learning opportunities
  • 12. http://www.briansolis.com/2008/08/introducing-conversation-prism.html Perhaps most importantly, the process of listening and observing will reveal the cultures of the very communities you may wish to engage. ... This is about creating and cultivating relationships with people, online and in the real world, and these relationships are defined by mutual value and benefits.
  • 13. Why should school librarians use Web 2.0 for Book Talks?
    • We can attach literacy outcomes:
      • Reading, Writing, Technology, Research
    • We can reach different kinds of learners
    • We can learn about students in new ways and make connections which will facilitate future learning opportunities
    • We can be relevant (cool?), we can shape the content & we can keep our tech skills sharp
  • 14. Can we measure these?
    • Literacy outcomes?
      • Reading? Writing? Technology? Research?
    • Reached new learners?
    • Made new connections that facilitated otherwise unrealized learning opportunities?
    • Coolness level? Our job satisfaction level?
  • 15. What Web 2.0 technologies are available that can be utilized for book talks?
  • 16.  
  • 17. For today...
    • Blogs
    • MySpace and FaceBook
    • Twitter
    • Delicious
    • Flickr
    • Wikis
  • 18. Things to consider
    • Be willing to experiment - beta
    • Try to determine what kids are mostly using already
    • Different ages are attracted to different technologies
    • Keep it fun!
  • 19. Blogs & Book Talking
    • Web + Log = Blog
    • Writing/Reading focused
    • 2 Types
      • Librarian as main contributor
      • Students as main contributors
    • Examples
      • http://weathersfielddcfblog.blogspot.com/
      • http://yabooktalk.blogspot.com/
  • 20. Blogs & Book Talking
    • Read a book talk blog post
    • Comment to a post using at least three sentences and citing one relevant web link.
    • Create a post about a book.
    • Find an author’s blog and post a comment.
  • 21. Blogs & Book Talking
    • Reading
      • Create reading content to meet your needs (discuss themes, characters, etc.)
    • Writing
      • Succinct and interesting – aids in learning how to write introductions and conclusions
      • Spelling and grammar !
    • Technology
      • Plagiarism (WWW=easy cut & paste)
      • Copy right
      • Safety/Privacy
    • Research
      • Relevant and authoritative links
  • 22. MySpace/FaceBook & Book Talking
    • Post book comments
    • Have book authors as *friends*
    • Decorate pages with book paraphernalia
    • Promote books & programs
  • 23. MySpace/FaceBook & Book Talking
    • Social Networking
    • Way to connect with others (posts, photos, events, etc.)
    • Form of self-expression
    • High promotional factor
    • Examples:
      • http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=94131834
      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1265117063
  • 24. Twitter & Book Talking
    • Real-time Social Networking –
      • “What are you doing?”
    • Quick Messaging (under 140 characters)
    • Web, phone, MySpace, FaceBook
    • http://shortmealservice.com/
    • http://twitter.com/home
  • 25. Twitter & Book Talking
    • Message book promos
    • Message first lines of a book
    • Message when books come in
    • Kids message back book review
    • Kids message back haiku about a book
  • 26. Delicious & Book Talking
    • Social Bookmarking
    • Bookmarks can be accessed from anywhere
    • Find out what others are bookmarking
    • http://delicious.com/ProctorLibraryBookTalks
  • 27. Delicious & Book Talking
    • Start a delicious account for web pages devoted to kid’s books
    • Have kids read one link from that account
    • Create a scavenger hunt within the account
    • Have kids help create tags for accounts
    • Have kids add links and create tags for a web page
  • 28. Flickr & Book Talking
    • Social & Sharing Photo Manager
    • Use groups/invitations to control sharing
    • Organize with sets and tags
    • http://www.flickr.com
  • 29. Flickr & Book Talking
    • Create a Flickr account for book talks
    • Take a picture of a book cover along with an object or in a setting that relates to the story.
    • Take 3 pictures that relate to the book and tag them appropriately.
    • Comment on other student’s book photos.
    • Tag other student’s book photos.
  • 30. Flickr & Book Talking
    • Reading
      • Visual images: literal & figurative meanings
    • Writing
      • Tagging is cataloging!
      • Subject headings vs. key words
      • Spelling and grammar !
    • Technology
      • Uploading photos
      • Personal copy right and licenses
      • Safety/Privacy
  • 31. Wikis & Book Talking
    • Edit, delete, modify web pages
      • Living document
    • Invite individuals
    • Easy, on-line way to do a class collaborative project on a book
    • Edits are tracked
  • 32. Wikis & Book Talking
    • Create a wiki for book collaborative project with the class
      • Book presentation for another class
      • https://my.pbwiki.com/
      • Group book report
  • 33. Did I meet today’s objectives:
    • Define Web 2.0
    • Provide reasons for using Web 2.0 tools for book talks
    • Give a brief overview of some Web 2.0 tools and how you can use them for book talks and/or book discussion lessons
    • Are you excited!?!?!
  • 34. Bibliography
    • Linda W. Braun: